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Friday, May 29 @ 11:30 am

Fairfield Family,

Hey Fairfield! We’ve got good news!

We are opening our doors for in person church services this Sunday, May 31.
It’s been a long time coming and we cannot wait to see all of you.

Now, you need to know we’re not opening full force and things will be a little different.

*We will have only two services at this time.
Our 9:15 service will be our Traditional service held in our Chapel.
We will have only 1 Contemporary service at 10:45.
Please don’t forget these service changes.

*Our building has been cleaned and disinfected.

*We will have hand sanitizer available for anyone who would like to use it.

*If you would like to come to worship and wear your face mask, please do so.
Lynn has a special mask that he will debut this Sunday.

*Our seating in both our chapel and worship center will be honoring the 6’ distance recommendation.

*Our children’s ministry and student ministry are temporarily on hold for now on Sunday mornings.

*Our student ministry will meet on Sunday evening for youth group at the church at the normal time.

*Our communion will not be passed from row to row as we have done in the past. You will be able to pick up your communion on the way into the chapel and worship center.

*Our offering will be handled in a similar way. You can leave your offering in a designated box on the same tables as the communion.
Actually, I would encourage all of you to use our online giving option that you can find on our website.
This allows you to set it up as a recurring donation.

*We also have a designated area for those of you who have active toddlers – so they have room to move around.

*If you don’t feel comfortable coming for worship because of underlying health issues, please stay home.
We want you to stay safe and healthy. We will continue to post our worship services online – Website,
Facebook, and YouTube.

** And above all, remember these two words:
GRACE and LOVE! **

Everyone has an opinion about Covid-19 and the national lockdown.

Allow everyone the grace to have their own opinion.
And if you don’t agree with their opinion, love them anyway.

That’s one of the things I love about Fairfield. We have a multitude of opinions, but we love each other.

Now, don’t forget, worship services this Sunday, May 31. However, only two.
Our 9:15 service will be the Traditional in the Chapel.
Then, only 1 Contemporary service at 10:45.

We cannot wait to see you all this Sunday!